“I knew from the first day of university that debt would be hanging over my head, but I don’t think it was until I graduated that I really began to comprehend how much of a battle it would feel to get out of it.”
Okay, maybe this is the best time in history to borrow money. But this feels like a statistical generalization that has very little to do with a lot of our day-to-day experiences.
A 25-year-old male who works in digital media writes to Fusion and asks the following question: “How do you balance between savings and quality of life/personal development?”
Last month, Jonnelle Marte talked about money in our 30s. Now she does it for the 40-somethings.
“Most of us are trying to prevent future mistakes without realizing that shame and blame won’t fix what needs fixing.”